April 02, 2014

Nanbantei of Tokyo


After our tour in Mind Museum, we were looking for restaurant where to eat our dinner, hmm, sa dami ng restaurant sa BGC, it is really hard to choose. We’re supposed to eat in Elias but the only available seats were outside so we moved to the next restaurant which is Nanbantei of Tokyo. It is a Yakitori restaurant, “yakitori” refers to skewered food both poultry and non-poultry.


We’re first timers so it took us time to browse the menu then we saw the P888 promo which is good for three persons. Correct me if I’m wrong but as far as I can remember there were three sets and we chose the Samurai Set A. The set includes 3 Miso Soup, 3 Gohan, 3 Tebasaki, 3 Poteti Maki, 3 Negima, 3 Aspara Maki, 3 Pork Yakiniku and Ebi Tempura. My husband ordered additional appetizer which is Tamago Sashimi P85


While waiting for our order, they gave an activity for my son, complimentary vegetable sticks and wet towels.


Then one by one, they served our food. If you look at the plate and serving, it seems that it is enough to fill our tummy but I was wrong, we were not able to finish those sticks.

Tamago Sashimi


We went home full and satisfied and as of this writing I’m really craving for this food. Hay, ang layo lang kasi.

Nanbantei of Tokyo
7th AveFort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 621-3224

11 comments:

  1. Yum! Yakitori. I should try this place one time. =)

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  2. I've been meeting to try this resto! It's affordable daw especially when you go in groups. So I'm waiting 'til our schedule and my husband's closest friends are free so we can munch away at Nanbantei! :D

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  3. I love Japanese food! But I've never tried Nanbantei yet. P888 for that set is really affordable. We must try that soon!

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  4. I saw an article that recommends Yakitori as one of the restos to try out. Now I understand why, those dishes look really good.

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  5. Wow, yakitori! I wonder why I never considered eating at Nanbantei before. Gonna try this place out soon with the boys.

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  6. It's been a while since I get to visit Nanbantei! I miss the food

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  7. I haven't tried Nanbantei of Tokyo yet. I'll add this to my list of resto to try.

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  8. I love Ebi Tempura! I will definitely add this to my list of must-try restaurants.

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  9. Oooh I love Japanese Food. The P888 set looks interesting.

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  10. Many people find Japanese food yummy, except me. ^_^

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